As Independence Day approaches, plan toward letting your financial freedom ring.
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Invest in home improvements that benefit the environment (and your budget) year-round.
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Errors in your home’s assessment could cost you big time. Here’s how to make sure all the facts line up.
Don’t miss out on these lesser-known credits and deductions.
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Focused improvements in these key areas will position your home to sell — without breaking the bank.
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